From Segregation to Integration: The Donald Murray Case, 1935-1937
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MSA SC 2221-11-18. de facto and de jure segregation:
Augusta and Plessy v. Ferguson (1896)
Surgeon A.T. Augusta to Major General
L. Wallace, January 20, 1865, A-63 1865, Letters Received, ser. 2343, Middle
Dept. & 8th Army Corps, National Archives & Records Administration
RG 393 Pt. 1 [C-4147].
Materials on Plessy v. Ferguson (1896), taken
from the Worldwide Web
Lofgren, Charles A., The Plessy Case: A
Legal-Historical Interpretation. New York: Oxford University
Press, 1987. Excerpts.
Justice Clarence Thomas Speech on Plessy
v. Ferguson (1896), Supreme Court Historical Society, June, 1998
(a 60 Megabyte file)
- David S. Bogen, "Why the Supreme Court Lied in Plessy," Villanova Law Review 52:3 (2007), 411-470.
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